Project Manager | State of Wyoming | Cheyenne, WY
Develops information for a broad audience of stakeholders, concerning the current status and future availability of water resources, in order to identify water supply problems and development opportunities. Manages river basin planning projects, watershed studies and other Level I and II planning projects which includes project evaluation, writing scopes of work, consultant selection, ensuring compliance with contract requirements including budgets and completion dates, and planning and conducting meetings. Represents the Program at regional, state, and local meetings.
Human Resource Contact: Andrea Odell 307-777-7602
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed in the job level.
Preference may be given to applicants with education and experience in civil engineering (water resources), geospatial science, geography, hydrology, planning, modeling, watershed science, or other natural resources field plus project management experience.
Bachelor's Degree (typically in The Sciences)
1-2 years of progressive work experience (typically in The Sciences) with acquired knowledge at the level of a(n) Natural Resources Analyst
Project Manager | Tualatin River Watershed Council | Hillsboro, OR
Application Deadline: October 1, 2019
Job Announcement: The Tualatin River Watershed Council (TRWC) is seeking a full time employee, stationed in Hillsboro, Oregon, to assist in fulfilling our mission. To learn more about the TRWC visit www.trwc.org.
The Project Manager will assist the Executive Director and Board of Directors in implementing the organization’s goals and strategies and work toward the implementation of the Council’s strategic plan. The position will expand TRWC’s portfolio of conservation efforts in outreach (30%), conservation planning (20%), partner engagement (30%), and watershed restoration and resilience (20%). This position will involve managing several projects and initiatives at one time as well as developing new projects and securing funding. The Project Manager reports to the Executive Director and will work closely with the Council’s Restoration Committee.
The Project Manager must have a commitment to a collaborative, partnership-based environment and knowledge of watershed councils and local, state, and federal natural resource agencies. The Project Manager will be able to work independently and as a team member with excellent interpersonal skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and effective time management. The ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects/deadlines is key to success in this position. The Project Manager should have a working knowledge of watershed management, conservation planning, restoration, and monitoring.
The Project Manager will facilitate regular stakeholder coordination meetings, provide review of conservation projects, and assist partner organizations in prioritizing and acquiring funding for conservation projects. This involves outreach to landowners, coordinating development of proposals, review of budgets, providing oversight of contractors, obtaining and reviewing completion and monitoring reports, and coordinating with funders.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Education/Experience: A Bachelor’s degree in fisheries, natural resources, biology, hydrology, geomorphology or similar degree, and three years of work experience that closely resembles the duties and responsibilities of this position.
Compensation: $40,000 per year
Benefits: $500 health insurance compensation (pre-tax) per month, 6.2 hour per month sick time, 10 hours per month vacation, and 10 paid holidays.
To Apply: Please submit:
A cover letter describing your experience and abilities pertinent to the qualifications of this position
A resume outlining your professional experience
Three professional references.
The PSU Population Research Center presents the annual
Oregon Census Data Users Conference
Tuesday, October 1, 2019 in Salem
Wednesday, October 2, 2019 in Redmond
Thursday, October 3, 2019 in Portland
The conference is free to the public. However, advance registration is required. A registration form with agendas for each day, speaker bios, and information about a live stream are at:
Agendas are similar each day, so please register for one of the locations for either the morning or afternoon session, or both sessions.
For more information, or if you prefer to register by email, contact Charles Rynerson, email@example.com
If there are others who should know about these workshops, please share this information with them.
Summer has flown by, and tomorrow is third Wednesday! Please join PDXOSGeo at Ecotrust 6-8pm for our monthly PDXOSGeo meeting.
Full details on Calagator: https://calagator.org/events/1250476217
There is definitely lots to catch up on - State of the Map US 2019 just concluded last week, so we will cover some of those highlights, as well as some from FOSS4G 2019. Please also feel free to bring your summer projects and tell us how they went. We'll also cover some of the usual geo round-up, so bring any items you have and come prepared to share.
As always there will be pizza, and BYOB is always welcome!
Salary Range (Grade 14) $6,813.13 - $9,000.59 per month (DOE)
THIS IS A NON-REPRESENTED POSITION
Accepting applications until position filled.
Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job.
Development Coordination: Under general supervision, the Development Coordinator performs inspections of utility improvements under construction, reviews construction plans to ensure compliance with District standards, regulations and resolutions; and provides information to and works with the development community to resolve problems. This position also ensures that the administrative requirements of new development are met. This position may require frequent interactions with engineering and legal counsel to discuss confidential and privileged information and may require testimony in a court of law. As such, knowledge of and sensitivity to potential litigation is required.
Asset Management: Under general supervision, the primary role of this position is to develop, coordinate and implement the District’s asset management program which includes, but is not limited to; infrastructure inspections, asset evaluation and ranking, database set up and management, and geographic information system integration. This position will have access to privileged and confidential information, and as such, data security best management practices must be used at all times.
Position Title: EcotrustIndigenousFellow - GIS
Location: Portland, OR
Application Deadline:October 4th, 2019
Anticipated Start Date:November 5th or 12th 2019
Duration of Fellowship: 6 months
Ecotrust invites American Indian and Alaska Native community members who are either recent college or university graduates, graduate students, or have commensurate work experience to apply for the 2019-2020 Ecotrust Indigenous Fellowship Program.
Who we are:
Ecotrust creates and accelerates triple-bottom-line innovations to benefit our region and inspire the world. On the farm, at the coast, in the forest, and across our cities, we work in partnership towards an equitable, prosperous, climate-smart future. Since 1991, we have created durable change and sparked ideas across the globe. Ecotrust holds a deep commitment to equity and diversity as core principles integral to the work we do. As we add new members across all levels of the organization, we seek diverse perspectives and lived experiences that we believe foster learning, creativity, innovation, and equity. Learn more at Ecotrust.org.
About the Project
The Keex’ Kwaan Community Forest Partnership (KKCFP) is a science-based, landscape scale, community forest approach to long term sustainable watershed planning and project implementation. The overall goal is to use new techniques including Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and technology to achieve a measurable and resilient blend of timber, fish, and wildlife as well as other natural products such as berries, botanicals, firewood and other non-timber forest products to build local economic diversification and improved watershed health. The KKCFP blends highly inclusive collaboration, state of the art land management tools and an innovative, watershed-scale planning approach for balancing economic, social and ecological outcomes, including improved watershed conditions for Sitka black-tailed deer and anadromous fish populations. Starting in 2019, watershed plans are being developed for the entire project area to address target metrics for timber, deer, salmon, medicine, recreation and other values. These technical plans, funded by the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), include a prioritized list of projects and biotic monitoring plans that will be organized to dovetail with workforce development objectives at the local tribal government and to maximize efficiency through integrated implementation.
Over a 6-month time period, the Indigenous Fellow will participate in GIS career developmentexperiences supporting The Keex’ Kwaan Community Forest Partnership (KKCFP) and other on-going projects in Southeast Alaska. Project responsibilities include developing and maintaining GIS layers and data, creating and maintaining metadata, researching and examining availability and validity of existing data, and compiling geographic datasets and imagery. The Fellow will also create data visualizations, maps, reports, and presentations; make decisions on relevance and accuracy of data; document and record data; process and analyze data; and educate and communicate with end-users through oral and written presentations and reports. The Fellowwill be supported and mentored throughout the program by the Knowledge Systems ProgramDirectorand the Director of Indigenous Affairsin activities such as developinga work plan,technical assistance, project-related questions andapproaches, and theFellow’s professional development and careergoals.
Qualifications and Skills:
The the Fellowship is between $3,000 and $3,500 per month, dependent on experience, plus a $500 monthly housing stipend. Travel funds will be provided for the Fellow to travel to Kake, AK for project related work and to participate in professional development, such as project retreats, conferences and meetings or other events and trainings related to project work and/or subject matter. This is a fixed term, full-time position. A full benefits package including medical and dental insurance, and disability coverage is included.
Ecotrust is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe that a diverse staff of qualified,highly skilled, and creative individuals is necessary to achieve the vision and mission of the project. We welcome and encourage applications from candidates who can contribute to the diversity of our workforce across a range of dimensions.
Under Oregon Law, qualifying veterans may apply for veterans'preference for this recruitment. The contact listed on the job announcement must receive all required documentation by the closing date of the recruitment.
Accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act:
We gladly provide reason able accommodation to anyone whose specific disability prevents them from completing an application or participating in this recruitment process. Please reach out in advance to request assistance.
Please follow these directions closely.
Complete an Ecotrust employment application form (PDF versionor Word version) and send it along with a cover letter (1 page max) and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Your cover letter should clearly explain how your skills, experience, and interests fit this position.
Please put this position’s title in the subject line and submit your application by close of business on the day of the application deadline listed above.
GIS Analyst - (19002158)
At Golder, we thrive on challenges.
Golder is not just a place to work, it is a promise of a living, dynamic environment where people collaborate, innovate, build enduring relationships, excel, and grow professionally in a strong culture of ownership.
Do you have the desire to learn? The drive to excel and thrive in an engaged, collaborative environment?
Golder has a new opportunity for a GIS Analyst to join our team in a full-time position at our Redmond, Washington office. The selected candidate will demonstrate a passion for all things geospatial and will support a wide variety of projects and proposal efforts in various fields, including mining, oil and gas, power, transportation, and solid waste. Typical project tasks include data acquisition/management, cartography, and geospatial analysis.
Your primary responsibilities will include:
Renowned for technical excellence, Golder is a leading, global employee-owned engineering and consulting firm with over a half century of successful service to its clients. With over 165 offices in over 30 countries, Golder’s 6,500 professionals are driven by a passion to deliver results, offering unique specialized skills to address the ever-evolving challenges that earth, environment and energy present to clients across the infrastructure, mining, oil and gas, manufacturing and power sectors.
Equal Opportunity Employment Statement
Golder is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Golder is a background screening, drug-free workplace.
Cascadia Wild is looking for volunteers to join our Wildlife Camera Survey this
Winter (November 2019-April 2020). The wildlife camera survey is part of
the Wolverine Tracking Project, a long-term community science project
studying rare carnivores in Mt Hood National Forest.
-Gain valuable field-based experience while learning about and helping to
protect our local wildlife!
-Help search for wolverine and wolves, study the distribution of rare
montane red fox, and document other resident carnivores.
Volunteers receive weekly updates with all the best photos and project
news, and you will have access to all of the season's photos on Google
Drive. Volunteers are also eligible to receive discounts on Cascadia Wild
classes, programs, and workshops.
To volunteer, we ask that you first attend an orientation session this
October to learn about the Wolverine Tracking Project, the goals of the
camera survey, and your expectations as volunteers.
-Orientation Session 1: Thursday, October 3rd, 6:30pm-8:00pm
-Orientation Session 2: Sunday, October 13th, 2pm-3:30pm
Following orientation, you will be able to register for a GPS+Office
Training and a Field Training.
More information, including qualifications, survey goals, and structure:
We are excited to announce our Winter 2019-20 Wolverine Tracking Project
Carnivore Research Internship!
Dates: October 15, 2019 - April 30, 2020
Hours: 15 hours/week
Application Deadline: October 8, 2019
Cascadia Wild, a Portland-based 501c(3) nonprofit, seeks an intern to
support the operations the Wolverine Tracking Project, a community science
project that uses wildlife camera, snow tracking, and scat surveys to
monitor rare carnivores in the Mt Hood National Forest. The intern will
gain experience in all aspects of supporting a field-based community
science research project, including equipment maintenance, data processing
and analysis, and volunteer management. Work will be done at Cascadia
Wild’s Northeast Portland office on a regular weekly schedule. The intern
will have the opportunity to participate in additional fieldwork on
weekends as availability allows.
-Reviewing photos captured by motion-activated cameras to identify wildlife
-Gathering trip reports and photos and using them to write social media and
-Entering data onto spreadsheets and maps
-Checking and maintaining readiness of field equipment, including
motion-activated cameras, scent bait, GPS units, etc.
-Ensuring the proper storage of genetic samples
-Assisting in planning and execution of the spring volunteer appreciation
Additional opportunities for motivated interns include participating in
weekend field work on Mt. Hood National Forest, and attending classes in
subjects such as wildlife tracking and wilderness navigation, and more.
-Interest in or experience with Pacific Northwest wildlife
-Proficiency with spreadsheets, email, electronic file management, and
digital photo sharing
-Ability to carefully follow written documentation, including checklists
and data collection procedures
-Ability to review digital photographs for species identification with
efficiency and accuracy. Training and support in species ID is provided
-Excellent writing ability
-Good communication skills
-Positive attitude and willingness to learn
-Extremely high degree of dependability
This internship is unpaid, but provides excellent experience in supporting
an ongoing wildlife research project, and the opportunity to take most
Cascadia Wild classes at no cost during the internship.
To apply, please email the following to email@example.com by October 8,
-a cover letter explaining
1) your interest in this internship and what you hope to gain from it,
2) why you are a good fit to perform the described duties, and
3) your availability to take on a weekly commitment in NE Portland from
October 15 - April 30, 2020
Cascadia Wild does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender,
sexual orientation, or gender identity. We encourage applications from
candidates with diverse backgrounds, particularly those from historically
At CARMERA we believe that smarter mobility will be critical to the future of civilization. Our mission is to automate and improve mobility for all, by maintaining the world’s most robust street intelligence platform built on top of high definition maps for autonomous vehicles.
CARMERA won Best in Show and Startup of the Year at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show, works with customers ranging from large automakers like Toyota at global scale, to new autonomous taxi companies like Voyage in underserved communities, and in 2019 was ranked the #1 HD mapping company by Frost & Sullivan.
We are backed by investors such as Google Ventures, Matrix Partners, Resolute Ventures, Notation Capital, Joe Montana, Bre Pettis and Semil Shah, and affiliated with institutions such as NYU, New Lab, Urbantech NYC, Princeton, University of Michigan, Michigan State and University of Washington. We are based in New York, Seattle and San Francisco, with frequent presence in Michigan, North Asia and Western Europe.
We are a fast-moving, friendly team of doers and builders passionate about solving hard problems. We enjoy working with people from a wide variety of backgrounds.
CARMERA is looking for a GIS Analyst to join our Seattle team (Contract)
Are you a self-starter with an interest in new technologies and the ability to complete tasks quickly with minimal supervision?
Do you want to have a meaningful impact on Autonomous Vehicles?
This is a contract role with the potential to evolve into a full-time position.Your Role:
STARTUP-NY / New York State Empire State Development, NYC DOT, NYCEDC, Urbantech NYC
New Lab, City of Detroit PlanetM Landing Zone
Brooklyn Navy Yard